Barthheart-vs-IRONCROM-WAW-(Axis view)

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RE: Barthheart-vs-IRONCROM-WAW-(Axis view)

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Hmm, impressive sight. Thanks God it's not earth after WWIII. Those protuberances can get up to hundreds of thousand km's high.
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French take a beating this turn. Paris is in Danger.

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Big losses for the French this round. Have a look.[;)]

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Allies make a play for Norway...

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Turn 12

After 2 rounds of combat the West plays the abandon Paris card on the third turn. A very successful invasion of France with minimal losses to German forces. I have been questioning latley just how useful the West's anti-blitz card really is. The PP's might be better used towards technology.

In the North... Norway is in real trouble. Barthheart pounced on them almost immediately after playing the western blitz card. I suppose it is next to immpossible to defend Norway if the allies move on them right away. Oslo is blockaded by powerful British Naval forces out of range of my carrier air.


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That is ok questioning about the card. Because if there is no "question" then that wouln't be a "DECISION" Card!!

A lot of cards seem not to be a "DECISION card" but a "DO IT card". So questioning add a lot of greatness to the card.

Great AAR!! please keep going.
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Turn 13

Allies continue the fight in Norway. In an attempt to break the blockade of Oslo I bring in the fatherland's newest secret weapon.[:D]
Aircraft carriers!

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I manage one air strike against the British fleet before a hasty retreat...

Scratch one British CV... Also got a DD and the 3 carrier air on board the British CV went into the Sea.[;)]


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In the East Japan is now active and I play the China offensive card. I have seen some players delay this action for several turns before playing it. I'm not sure if it somehow gives the axis an advantage doing that but I will waist no time and go straight after China.

Note: Japan is the only power I have never played in WAW. Hope it doesn't prove my undoing.

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Doesnt playing the china offensive card mean that you have to attack USA within 6 turns or forfeit the game? Thats what i thought at least.
 
 
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Yea it did say that when I played the card. Sounds like the advantage of waiting is to delay US entry into the war.
 
Ouch![:(] Looks like I'll have US entering in early 41' instaed of late 41'
 Guess my inexperence at playing Japan did come back to bite me.
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Vic did the same "mistake" against me and he´s still in the game after he rolled
over Russia.
Lol, when USA started to become active i was happy and thought i must win, but this is not that easy.
Too many tasks for the US production.

-R&D
-Defending USA (initial defense is too weak)
-Defending UK
-Invasion of France to keep the Axis busy
-Building a strong fleet to handle Japan
-LL help of Russia

I tried to do all this the same time which might be a mistake.
But 5 more turns and US+24 will wake up....
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